Urban Revitalization Initiative Targets Regions with Barriers to Opportunity
November 23, 2010 | From the field | Community & Economic Development

MacArthur grantee Living Cities, a nationwide collaboration of 22 major foundations and banks dedicated to urban revitalization, launched a new effort to help five regions tackle barriers to opportunity for low-income residents. The Integration Initiative will provide at least $80 million in grants, loans, and program-related investments to help residents improve education, housing, health care, transit, and jobs.

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